Sustainable Events Coming Up

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With Fashion Revolution week just over a month away now I have been keeping an eye out for all interesting events.

Due to Fashion Revolution, April is a great month to get involved, network with a load of likeminded people and learn about new brands doing amazing things. Here are just a few of the free events that I think look like good’uns.

1. The Future of Business: Evolving to End Poverty and Extreme Inequality 

This is actually a little before Fashion Revolution week and is hosted by Oxfam. It is more focused on business rather than fashion with the CEO of Unilever, Paul Polman, discussing the design and structure of business and exploring the visionary approaches needed to drive a more sustainable economic future.

The event is on Tuesday 17th April. Get your free ticket here.

2. Ethical Brands for Fashion Revolution

If there’s one thing I’m always on the lookout  for, it’s independent ethical brands. This event looks perfect for that. With ethical clothing brands from around the country coming together at London’s Brand Museum in support of Fashion Revolution. With an ethical fashion show, screening of their Ethical Brands for Fashion Revolution film and panels with Q&A sessions, this definitely is one to pencil (pen!) in the diary.

This event is on Saturday 28th April. Get your free ticket here.

3. London Sustainable Fashion Rooms 

Following nicely on from Ethical Brands for Fashion Revolution event (above), this is a week long pop-up boutique curated by mega ethical footwear brand, Po-Zu.

At the event there will be a load of exciting and affordable ethical fashion brands to lust over, panel discussions and workshops.

This event runs from April 23rd – April 29th. You can get more information about the event here.

The events I have written about and am looking forward too are London based but if you fancy checking out events in other towns/cities/countries, then check out Fashion Revolution’s site here.

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